Solfa Notation of Count your Blessing name them one by one

Tonic solfa of Count your blessing name them one by one
Solfa notation of count your blessing name them one by one

This post contains the tonic solfa of Count your blessings name them one by one. It is a very popular hymnal. Here it is below:

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When upon life’s billows

    m     m m    f        s    s

You are tempest tossed,

  s     m     f    m        f

When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost,

    r         m    f      s     t       l         s     f     m   f    s

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Count your many blessings,

  m         m    m  f       s       s

Name them one by one,

  s           m       f    m    f

And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.

  r    m    f     s      t         l       s       f      m      r       d

Count your blessing,

   s           s       d’   s

Name them one by one,

   s           m      f     f     f

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Count your blessing,

   f          f        t      l

See what God hath done;

  s       f       m      f        s

Count your blessing,

   d’       d’         t     l

Name them one by one,

   t            t       l      l     s

Count your many blessing,

   d’       d’   t  d’  t   l

See what God hath done.

  s       f       m      r       d

In Yoruba Language, this song is

Nigbati ‘gbi aye yi ba nyi lu o,
To si dabi enipe gbogbo re pin,
Ka ibukun re, siro won l‘okokan,
Ise Oluwa yo je ‘yanu fun o

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Ka ‘bukun re, ka won l‘okokan,
Ka ‘bukun re, wo ‘se Olorun;
Ka ‘bukun re, ka won l‘okokan,
Ka ‘bukun re, wa ri ‘se t‘Olorun se.

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Tonic solfa of When upon life’s billows, Tonic solfa of count your blessings, solfa notation of count your blessings, tonic solfa of Ka ‘bukun re, ka won l‘okokan, tonic solfa of Nigbati ‘gbi aye yi ba nyi lu o.


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